Posts Tagged "blogging from a to z"

The healing power of art, friendship, and Truth

The healing power of art, friendship, and Truth

One of the biggest blessings in my art journaling journey has been to see how many inner wounds it has healed. I’m doing a number of different art journal projects, and one of the most daunting things has been that a lot of the challenges ask you to do some kind of self-portrait. I’m going to be honest here. I HATE pictures of myself. I’m not like some people, who completely...

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Z is for Zoo!!

You could take that one both literally and figuratively, because my world does often resemble a zoo. Certainly my schedule does! However, since I have some cute pictures, I’ll talk about the literal zoo. My family and I have memberships to the zoo and we love going there. I know some people don’t like seeing animals in cages, but I’m actually okay with it because I know the zoos...

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Y is for youth

One of my friends celebrated her 40th birthday Saturday night. This isn’t a terribly unusual thing for me because I tend to have older friends. And then I realized that 40 isn’t so far off for me. Where did the time go? As part of my friend’s birthday celebration, we went to a nightclub. Now, anyone who knows me will tell you that the nightclub scene has just never been my...

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W is for Writing Journey

W is for Writing Journey

I don’t always talk about my writing, at least not in online form, because sometimes there’s a blurry line between being a writer and working in the publishing industry. Plus, it’s a little weird given that as much as I’ve been in the business and know about the business, I’m still waiting on that elusive book deal. The waiting can be hard. I’ve learned a lot...

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V is for Vegetables

V is for Vegetables

Not as in, I am one, though to be honest, my brain feels like it is turning into one. Actually, today’s post is more of a wishful thinking post because I am DYING to plant some vegetables. But given that we seem to be getting snow every Tuesday this month so far, I don’t dare. I have a few peas and some lettuce planted, but that’s about it. Plus, I’m really concerned about...

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